The White House announced a legislative proposal for an overhaul of the National Security Agencyâs bulk domestic phone records program. If Congress approves the changes, the N.S.A. would only obtain specific phone records with permission from a judge and would no longer systemically collect data on Americansâ calls.
Michael J. Morell, former deputy C.I.A. director, and Michael Hayden, the former director of the N.S.A., will both weigh in on the proposal on CBSâs âFace the Nation.â The debate will carry over to NBCâs âMeet the Press,â where Michael Leiter, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center, and Senator Ron Wyden, Democrat of Oregon, will discuss the end of the bulk phone records data program.
This week, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in favor of Northwestern Universityâs football players, saying they had the right to unionize. Mark Emmert, the president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, will discuss the ramifications of the ruling on CBS. Later in the program, Gov. Jay Inslee, Democrat of Washington, will talk about the recovery effort after a deadly landslide devastated a small town. Mr. Inslee will also appear on CNNâs âState of the Unionâ to talk about the accident.
Possible debris from the lost Malaysia Airlines flight was spotted in the Indian Ocean this week and the Malaysian government opened a criminal investigation into the disappearance of the plane. On CNN, Kenneth Feinberg, a compensation lawyer, will give his thoughts on what the plane victimsâ families can expect.
A phone call on Friday opened a diplomatic dialogue between President Obama and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to peacefully resolve the standoff over Ukraine. Earlier this week, Congress approved a $1 billion aid package for Ukraine. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California, will discuss both the situation in Ukraine and the missing jetliner on CNN.
On âFox News Sunday,â Senators Angus S. King Jr., Independent of Maine, and John Barrasso, Republican of Wyoming, will discuss proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act offered by six Democratic senators, three of whom are running for re-election this year. Representative Mike Rogers stunned colleagues by announcing his plans to leave Congress and make a second career in talk radio. He will go on the program to talk about the Malaysian flight.
An internal report released this week determined that Gov. Chris Christie, Republican of New Jersey, was unaware of the intentional closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge. Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor, and Loretta Weinberg, Democratic state senator from New Jersey, will discuss the report on NBC. Assemblyman John S. Wisniewski, Democrat of New Jersey and co-chairman of the state investigation into the bridge scandal, will give his thoughts on ABCâs âThis Week.â
Telemundoâs âEnfoqueâ will center on health care this Sunday, with Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, appearing on the show, which airs at noon Eastern.
Senator John McCain talked about the United Statesâ relationship with Russia and the changes to the N.S.A. collection policy on Bloombergâs âPolitical Capitalâ on Friday. The show repeats through the weekend.
Representative Xavier Becerra, Democrat of California, will go on Univisionâs âAl Puntoâ to discuss his plan to get Congress moving on immigration reform.
On CSPANâs âNewsmakers,â Representative Steve Scalise, Republican of Louisiana, will appear on the show, which airs at 10 a.m. Eastern.